Pumpkin People move into The Crossing Retirement Community

A collection of empty nest pumpkin people have moved into and been seen around The Crossing Retirement Community in Windsor NS.

Annually, following the harvest season in October a dozen or more pumpkin couples have been seen welcoming the guests and residents. The Crossing retirement community is recognized as one of Atlantic Canada’s premier retirement communities. Its residents pride themselves on their seasonal displays throughout the year.

The community offers a wide selection of 1, 2 and 3 bed mini park homes and semi-detached properties for sale and rent. Completing its 8th year of operation, the growing community is home to several hundred empty nest couples / individuals.

Open 7-days per week, The Crossing welcomes the opportunity to have you come visit and explore your options at anytime convenient for you. For more information on the homes and your empty nest retirement living options, call 902-798-8850 or visit, The Crossing Retirement Community

 

The Crossing Retirement Community All Decked-out for Canada Day

Hants Journal Story The Crossing 300 FlagsGARLANDS CROSSING, N.S. — A retirement community in Garlands Crossing may be small in size but they are proving they are mighty when it comes to showing off their Canadian pride.

GARLANDS CROSSING, N.S. — A retirement community in Garlands Crossing may be small in size but they are proving they are mighty when it comes to showing off their Canadian pride.

Residents of The Crossing, a development billed as Atlantic Canada’s Premier Lifestyle Community, have hung more than 300 Canadian flags.

“Everyone in this community was just so excited that we could be so proud and so patriotic. We love Canada,” said Betty Crockett, the office manager at The Crossing. She said there are about 100 park and semi-detached homes in the community.

“We have veterans in here, retired military folks who are just beaming with pride over this. It’s quite spectacular.”

Dozens of flags greet visitors as they enter the community. The iconic red and white maple leaf flag is everywhere – from flagpoles to garden beds.

“We’re an empty-nester community and most of our folks are either semi-retired or retired. It’s a very happy little community. It certainly looks spectacular with over 300 flags flying in a small community like this,” said Crockett.

Story Source: Hants Journal

Missing Large 15 Foot Maroon Balloon

The owners of The Crossing, Atlantic Canada’s premier lifestyle retirement community are seeking the public’s help in locating their missing helium balloon. On Wednesday while  preparing to add more helium to launch its new maroon balloon as an aerial location marker and marketing tool, it snapped its tether and rose into the sky.

Maroon Balloon_2With an estimated 15 days of buoyancy the balloon has yet to be spotted and the owners are curious if anyone has seen it or has any ideas as to where it might be?

In order to secure its safe return a reward of up to $1,000 is offered.

The balloon as a 15 ft diameter is maroon / burgundy in color and was last seen heading in the direction of Halifax. If you have spotted it or know its location please call 902-798-8850. please share this page to help us find it.